Warut Khern-am-nuai, Assistant Professor in information Systems was recently awarded a 2017 FRQSC New Academics Grant for his project "L’impact du système de questions et réponses sur les plateformes en ligne / The Impact of Questions and Answers on Product Sales”.
Juan Serpa, Assistant Professor in Operations Management was recently awarded a 2017 FRQSC New Academics Grant for his project "Estimation de la relation entre la qualité du produit et la proximité de la chaîne d'approvisement".
This project will study the effect of supply chain proximity on product quality with data from the auto industry. To this end, we merge four independent data sources, collecting
(i) auto part failure rates,
(ii) upstream component factory locations,
Authors: Mohammad E. Nikoofal, Mehmet Gümüş
Publication: Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Forthcoming
Authors: Nelson F. Granados, Kunsoo Han, Dan Zhang
Publication: Production and Operations Management, Forthcoming
Authors: Elena Obukhova & Letian Zhang
Publication: Chinese Sociological Review, Forthcoming
Authors: Douglas Schuler, Andreas Rasche, Dror Etzion and Lisa Newton
Publication: Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 2, April 2017
The Desautels Faculty of Management is pleased to congratulate Assistant Professor Suzanne Gagnon for having her paper selected as Organization Studies’ Editor’s Pick for May.
Professor Steve Maguire’s paper published in the Academy of Management Review, 41(1): 80 – 108 with co-author Cynthia Hardy was selected by the Best Paper Awards Committee for the prestigious distinction as one of the top three finalists for best papers published in AMR in 2016.
Authors: Gao. Y., Kim, J.B., Tsang, D., Wu, H.
Publication: Review of Accounting Studies
Authors: Mikko Ketokivi, Saku Mantere and Joep Cornelissen
Publication: Academy of Management Review
Authors: Anna Graber-Naidich, Michael W. Cartera, Vedat Verter
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 258, Issue 3, 1 May 2017, Pages 1143–1155
A new study, authored in part by Desautels Associate Professor Patricia Faison Hewlin, explores how leaders who have greater integrity can have an inverse effect on the integrity of their employees. Essentially, followers can take on a façade of conformity, where they pretend to mesh with the company’s values in order to ensure their own success. A leader who is an example of integrity could cause employees to suppress their own values in order to do what they see as most helpful to the leader.
Authors: Piccoli, P., Chaudhury, M.
Publication: Applied Economics Letters
Authors: Madani, A., Gallix, B., Pugh, C.M., Azagury, D., Bradley, P., Fowler, D., Hannaford, B., Macdonald, S., Miyasaka, K., Nuño, N., Szold, A., Verter, V., Aggarwal, R.
Publication: Simnovate supplement